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>>> hello, happy new year's eve. i'm greg -- i'm eric bolling with bob bob, greg gutfeld, dana perino and kimberly guilfoyle. >> just a few hours left until the new year and so let's get the party started. kimberly and bob will kick off the all american party at times square at 9:00 p.m. tonight. they will tell you what they have on tap so stay tuned but 2013 was a big year for the five. our producers have picked some of their favorite moments from the past year. we're here to show you. this is clip number one. and this is k.g. with her reaction to bob's confession. >> boxer or briefs? >> what about you bob? >> nothing. >> oh. >> what is the follow-up question? >> oh, god, it is so close to me. >> that is the funniest moment in the three years we've been on. >> so bob, i never look at you the same. >> but you didn't ask what i was talking about. >> we all know. commando. >> no, it was like speedos. >> now you are changing it. >> is that better? >> bob in a speedo or nothing at all, which is worse? >> not too far off. >> please wear that for new year's eve tonight. >> i will rem
'm eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle. bob beckel, angela tantaros. the countdown is on. this is the five. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.b >> just a few hours leftgu until we ring in the new year and then we have got a great show for you tonight. let's get the party started. speaking of parties, kimberly and bob will be kicking off fox's all american newier party, times square 9:00 p.m. tonight. they are goingrt to tell you what they have got on tap. so stay tuned. but 2013 was a big year for the five. lots of good times had at this table. our producers have picked some of their favorite moments for the past year.ear. here is clip number one featured k.g. which features reaction to bob's confession. with her reaction to bob's confession. >> boxer or briefs? >> what about you bob? >> nothing. >> oh. >> what is the follow-up question? >> oh, god, it is so close to me. >> that is the funniest moment in the three years we've been on. >> so bob, i never look at you the same. >> but you didn't ask what i was talking about. >> we all know. commando. >> no, it was like speedos. >> now you ar
by, bob and dana perino. this is of course "the five." surprise surprise the poll shows we have no faith in government. one in 20 says the the government is okay. that person is in scientific terms a moron. he may be hosting at msnbc. cheap shot. stockton, cleveland, baltimore, on is and on, progressivism brings poverty. all it invades we let it infest new york city. how come? if you want to sell something bad, change its name. redistribution called fairness. tax is revenue. carter can then become obama and regifted as de blasio. reinvendting failure by disguising disaster. i call it change surgery. now crews celebrating over the big apple in new york city. there a magnet for business, an amazing feat. what do we hear this inauguration day? the chaplain calling the city a plantation while hillary looks on smiling. we remember the dead city, test subjects that died in left wing labs. we let another dr. frankenstein get his hands on our healthy patients. they'll call this progress and move on to another victim. >> well happen -- well happy new year. >> i was gone a week. >> did yo
network. i'll be your host. >>> i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, jessie waters, debuta perino and jedda dia perino. it is 5:00 and this is "the five." >> 2013 is winding down but before we ring in 2014, let's visit the top news stories of the year. what were the hot topics you heard on "the five," here is looking back. >> if you like your doctor, you keep your doctor. if you like your health care plan, you keep your health care plan. >> i'm sorry they are finding themselves in different situations from what they heard from me. >> i will speak until i can no longer speak. >> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> i intend to speak in support of defunding obamacare until i am no longer able to stand. >> we, the jury, duly impanelled and sworn in the above entitled action upon our oath do find the defendant count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police fire or ambulance. >> i need police. >> what is going on there? >> i've been kidnapped for 10 years and i'm here and free now. >> the fact is we have four dead americans becau
. it will betu tested in courts a we'll find out. >> bob, surprise. i'm going with obamacare. i think it was the top story this year by a landslide. when thehe president lies to the american people and the roll out is a disaster. it's been october, november, december. you're still seeing it blow up in people's faces. i think it blows everything else out of the water. i hate to say it. . >> i'm sure you do. >> we want people to get health insurance but it's the top stora ofnd the year. >> andwi it's still going to trd inin 2014. we haven't seen the last of it. >> i do. p people try to go to the hospital and try to go to the doctor and find out i don't have insurance. where did my insurance go. >> it's the top story. >> i i just want to get dana in what do you think? >> i think that obamacare will also be jesse's choice next year because all the things that are starting to roll out in 201 which were designed to come after the president's election, they're going to continue so i'll choose another one even an though obamacare is the most significant story of the year. it's the irs targeti
heard it. >> bob thought you were british. >> no. this is good old southern accent. >> okay. i got it. >> bob said she had an english accent and i said no that is a southern accent. >> they sound so much alike. >> kimberly has one. >> real quick, what else are they going to do with their time from now until sunday because the weather is so cold. >> kimberly wants to know what you are doing between now until when you leave. >> we are trying to head home. we got show tickets for tonight. so we're going to go. >> it is warm inside. what are you doing? >> out all day tomorrow and in tonight. >> are you going to go out? >> we are going to stay in tonight and then my mom is driving the -- freight train so we are going out. >> hopefully we're going out tomorrow. >> i'm going to go inside. >> the best six minutes in television. >> i have to go. we'll talk to you later. >> thank you. eric. we'll see you in a minute. >>> let's go to janice dean in the weather center. >> he is so charming outside, isn't he? let's look at the video we got yesterday because we received over two feet of snow in mas
a pink tie in your honor. no way i am getting in the tu- tu. bob. ain't going to happen how did you think of the whole yfd a tu- tu, bob? what was going on in your head? it started out as a assignment and it was for a ballet company in arizona we moved to noefshg 11 years ago and i was photographing myself where was this one taken? >> in italy and tuscany. >> that probably caused heads to turn? >> yeah. a few italian ladies giggled and kept walking. it is better than that. >> very much so. linda when he first showed you himself in the tu- tu, i am curious did you say, bob, you need help? >> no. i am sure i laughed quite a bit. i am used to bob's creative solutions to projects and life situations. and i laughed. i know i laughed a lot. come on, he's in a pink tu- tu. >> you were fighting breast cancer when this started and why he did it? >> it started before that and it grew once i was diagnosed with breast cancer. >> did it cheer you up. >> certainly. it was great to focus on when i got chemo therapy. we moved to the city and it was nice to have a break from life. >> when you shed it init
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with bob newhart after seven and the nominations. he finally won his first award for his guest role on the big bang. . one of his best to compos mentis the comedy album, the best selling comedy album of all time. his series are still the standard against which other sitcoms. -- other sitcoms are judged. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: his publishing career goes back five decades. those series earned him six emmy nominations but no statue. that all changed when his guest starring role in the big bang theory resulted in his first emmy win long overdue. and rightfully so. a standing ovation from the emmy audience. >> thank you. thank you, thank you. i will need a little more time because this is my seventh shot at this. what took so long? >> they always had better people in the category than me. tavis: i think the voters tend to have some sort of bias, some sort of issue with comedians. i think of jerry seinfeld who, unless i'm wrong, never 11. -- neve
is in the st. paul, minneapolis and wcco reporter has the latest from there. >> bob, it is currently nine degrease below zero only expected to get worse. for the first time in 20 years, schools are closed statewide on monday with lows expected at minus 25. with wind chills expected to be around minus 70 degrees, exposed skin can become frost bitten in minutes. ski hills and ice rinks have closed until tuesday at the earliest. today's green bay packers playoff game could be among one of the coldest nfl games ever played. the temperature at lambeau field is expected to be two degrease below zero with wind chills at minus 30 when packers and san francisco 49ers kick off. the arctic air will keep a track east, chicago will likely hit 15 below. new york and new england will deal with frigid temperatures as residents there continue to dig out from that massive snowstorm. many heading south to escape the cold could also be out of luck. atlanta is forecasted to stay in the 20s and chilly temps could continue in to florida. highs in the minneapolis area may reach above zero by wednesday, but many
guilfoyle and bob beckel for, you know, this is an amazing like peanut butter and chocolate coming together for new year's eve. it's like a perfect combination. what you are you guys going to be doing tomorrow night. >> who is peanut butter and who is chocolate. >> peanut butter and chocolate meat on the stairs? it's like the perfect combination. >> i will eat those any day of the week. they are delicious. i think that's a compliment for us, bob. >> i think so, too. >> explain to people what you are going to be doing. >> we're going to have the first hour of the fox special, which is going to go from 9 until 12:30. and we will have 9 to 10. and since kimberly and i have been through this now for several years on the a, i think we know each other well enough to know we're going to have some fun. and we are going to start, at least i'm going to start by asking the viewing audience if they could please make recommendations for a new husband for kimberly. and then she is going to ask if somebody can can find a date for me. >> right. >> it's going to be fun. it's a little, actually, i'm a little
was the neiman marcus markets one, a secondary deal. >> is what we're seeing with bob's discount. we have a pe higher and a pe seller. if you're spot to get more value of the company go what is amitav you sell it to another pe firm? and is just that we cannot do better than this, so someone else might be able to? they will answer differently than the previous owner, but there is a cycle for private equity quest -- cash to have to return that money to investors. here, wejustin is should talk about at least one big notable tech deal of the year, which is silver lake and dell. that was excruciating. >> that was the deal of the year, ataturk most of the year to do. loberg broke the story in january but that dell was in the talks with company president. later that it was silver lake, and it closed in october. it took most of the air, and it was a 25 billion dollar deal. we saw activists come in and out left and right. a drama deal, and a big headline number. do you see smaller companies that take about being acquired by one of these bigger ones who were there public, whether they d.c. that is part
in the new year. hemmer is a veteran of this, he's been doing this five years. he gave bob some advice. so i'm excited to spend an hour live with bob. >> i wondered if your -- on your worst day in your deepest, darkest moment in your life, did you ever think that you would be ringing in the new year with bob beckel at your side? >> that fantasy never crossed my mind. >> what's that all about? come on! >> but sit a good combination. >> yeah, it is. >> it's sort of like ma and pa kettle. >> do you have a new year's resolution? >> i do. but on "the five" there's a five-second delay because somebody on that show swears a lot. but we don't have any delay tonight or tomorrow night. so i will be on my best behavior. my new year's resolution is to lose 20 pounds because i want to stay healthy for my two children. and i want to be around to continue to stick it to conservatives. >> we appreciate that. >> i just want to know for the record, because we're "on the record," right? that bob said originally he was going to lose 30 pounds and would go stop a sugar free diet. >> i lost eight already. >> any
ballerina. bob kerry and his wife join me now. and they join me now. so glad to have you here. i wanted the audience to sit -- as close as i'm getting to the tutu, i'm wearing a pink tie in your honor. no way i'm getting in the pink tutu. ain't going to happen. >> come on. >> first of all, let's talk about, how do you think of the whole idea of a tutu. what was going on in your head? >> well it started out as an assignment, because i'm a commercial photographer and it was for a ballet company in arizona. and we moved to new york 11 years ago and had it in the car and i've been photographing myself for a long time any way, i put it on and there it was. >> well, i'm going to move the tutu off the table so we can see the photographs better. this is -- where was this one taken? >> in italy, in tuscany. >> now that probably caused some heads to turn? >> a few italian ladies kind of giggled and kept walking. >> well it is better that they did that and turn around and say you are the kind of guy i've been waiting on all of these years. >> yes, i guess so. >> linda, when he first showed himself
of washington regarding the president's contraceptive mandate. a full update is next. >>> then, bob beckel will be here along with the great american panel to tell us what brand new block buster movie set the all-time record for the use of the f-word. that's a segment you don't want to miss. stick around. ♪ we're gonna be late. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh are we early? [ malennouncer ] mmute yo way with the bold, all-w nissan rogue. ♪ [ coughs ] i've got a big date, but my sinuses are acting up. it's time for advil ld and sinus. [ male announcer ] truth is that won't relieve all your symptoms. hmm? [ male annouer ] new alka seltzer plus-d reliev more symptoms than any other behind the counter liquid gel. thanks for the tip. [ male announcer ] no problem. oh...a hair products. aisle 9. [ inhales deeply ] oh what a relief it is. ♪ oh what a relief it is. c explore what's new for 575 calories or less on oulighter fareu. enjoy fresh tossed. go fish. and try our new rosemary garlic chicken at olive garden. >>> welcome back. there is breaking news regarding the obama administration's efforts to the for
've got a whole new year. we can do this. >>> hello, eric along with kimberly guilfoyle, bob, and dana. this is "the five." >>> bone chilling cold in the midwest. anyone who saw the packers gament last night knows it's not a good time to be outside, and a rare poller vortez is headed east in its path. 2,000 flights have been canceled. in chicago, temperatures approaching minus 50. skins will freeze in a mere minutes. to indianapolis, where the mayor declared it illegal to drive on the roads. check out this highway video from colorado springs. >> here comes a truck. oh, my god, those people were not even expecting it. >> dangerous weather events, folks. pay attention because it can be deadly. janice dean is keeping an eye on all of it from the fox news extreme weather center. the situation seems to be deteriorating for a lot of the folks on the east coast especially. >> all of this cold air is moving southward and eastward, and look at the windchills. this is all coming from the arctic, the polar vortex, a piece of energy from the arctic is now swooping southward with the polar jet stre
a disservice to these workers." labor relations professor bob bruno disagrees. "the reality is that there are too many people pursuing too few jobs. // frankly, work multiple part-time jobs still can't cut it." the labor department says there were 3.9 million job openings in october. but 11.3 million people seeking work. the long- term unemployment rate is 2.6%. ---twice as high as when benefits ended for long-term jobless americans in the three previous recessions. some senate republicans have indicated that they might support an extension, but tennessee's bob corker wants to know what cuts would happen elsewhere to offset the cost. think tanks on both ends of the political spectrum suggest other remedies as well. the american enterprise institute has proposed congress come up with job-relocation assistance for job seekers. while the center on economic policy research wants to create incentives for employers to promote worksharing programs. this is back to work day for millions of minimum wage workers and in 13 states, they'll have gotten a raise. in most of these states th
the horror if a train engineer saw a toddler on the tracks and couldn't stop in time. in 89 bob mckenzie told us about the rescue that saved the child's life. >> it would be hard to find a family that feels closer than this one. gary pritchard, his wife, kate, their sonsed to and -- todd and scott and anthony. they consider him part of the family. anthony risked his life to save their children. on may 2 of this year, anthony and his brake man were starting their freight run from the conrail yard. since there was a passenger train ahead of them they had to proceed slower. the pritchard children did something they had never done before. the boys walked through the woods at the end of the street and headed toward the railroad tracks. a freight train is slow to get going and slower to get stopped. that's why the men that drive trains have to be alert. on that morning richard was alert. he saw a red object and a yellow object on to rails. >> i said what's that ahead. then i saw the yellow object move. we got 800 feet away we realized it was too small children. richard threw the brake into emergenc
! >> happy new year! >>> hello, happy new year's eve. i'm greg -- i'm eric bolling with bob bob, greg gutfeld, dana perino and kimberly guilfoyle. >> just a few hours left until the new year and so let's get the party started. kimberly and bob will kick off the all american party at times square at 9:00 p.m. tonight. they will tell you what they have on tap so stay tuned but 2013 was a big year for the fi
renewed more than ten times. these extensions, bob, were meant to be temporary. but some people have been collecting checks now for the better part of two years. at what point did the government say, hey, enough. >> there are two things here. unemployment rate is at a five-year low. however, long-term unemployment is still sky high. so you have these two competing factors, and what rand paul today said, i think a significant shift from what he told chris wallace a month ago, he said extending unemployment benefits would be a disservice to the workers. this will split the gop, no doubt. some say enough is enough, we need to stop extending this. but other republicans, and i think republican leaders will embrace this approach. the number one issue has got to be obama care, in 2014, an election year. so i think the republicans are going to move on this. >> senator rand paul makes the point that he's not against helping the jobless by extending benefits, as long as these checks are actually paid for in some way. because, bob, the cost to taxpayers is $25 billion per year. so number one, you've
on the town i fell in love with the breakfast at bob evans farm. finding out it was publicly traded when i went back home i visited the huge fabulous mid-town manhattan new york conglomerate. i devoured everything i could about bob evans farm. they had magazines with articles, microfiche, a four month old financials and write ups that allowed me to compare it with other companies in the industry. i knew i had a good one. i bought 20 shares. the stock went up immediately. and a stock split. i figured out the first component of investing, know what you own. what did i know about oranges or women's fashion. but eggs and sausages? a company i found, long tradition of good service. notice that was for me. next up, standard press steel. well no that became sps technologies. from my old home town. they made screws for airplanes. why sps? because a buddy of mine from high school told me they were hiring like mad. wondered if i was looking for a job, paying good money. i had a job. back to the library for more research. solid company. no doubt. nothing in print about its hiring push. ripe for a tra
're seeing in this video, scottie bob, one of probably the most famous winged suitors out there. this is basically a highlight film of scottie bob's winged suit flying crazy stunts. the video is 20 minutes long. look at this. he's skimming the top of these trees, getting really close to the side of this mountain here. looks like he can reach down and pull out some grass or something. this is called the sputnik barn line. >> i wonder what the farmers thinking about this where the people are always flying through there. >> here's a difference angle. >> watch what he's about to fly through. >> no way! >> another point he's flying through the clouds. i don't know how he sees where he's going. >> can you imagine if this was a year from your life. imagine if that was your life. what a crazy life. >> and then he down over the and this french line is awesome. just awesome stuff. the enfireeb to >> this foundation brought in 20 cancer patients to talk about what they have to go through in a day. and much of what these people had to say talked about pb -- they said let do something for th
,000 more ideas in the time he had to put into action and another story that bob page told, to introduce himself to a group of people, my job each month is to pick 30 or 31 ideas willard garvey has thrown out and get rid of 29 of them. this guy was like -- he wanted his best ideas to come back to wichita, wanted to make a model city to be, quote, admired and imitated by communities elsewhere at the best place to work, raise a family and enjoy life so whether you loved him or hated him there was a lower about willard garvey and i try to provide a sampling of in the book. many new willard was an avid swimmer, a great contributor to the ymca program and started the wichita swim club. willard was a championship swimmer who swam competitively in london in world war ii and every day into his 80s. if we were going to go back to the forest gump analogy it would be swim willard swim. there were stories of wet bathing suits and briefcases with to pays that i heard, squishy steps across the floor at home, the water in willard -- he was really an exhaustive traveler with influential friends includin
capital partners. bob, jason was talking about these middle markets. we spent a lot of time and gave oxygen to kkr. businessa huge booming to jason's point. four pe firms doing smaller deals. >> victory park has done very well. bss is another well-known firm. the institutional investors -- this is the year they plan to concentrating on. one of them is simply you can find companies for lower multiples. you have more exit options because you have more countries that are strategic buyers. the third is you can use your relationship networks to fair out deals that you would not necessarily do by creating a giant auction around them. those nimble capital count and private equity as much as other fields? >> it is all about the deal sourcing. toble comes in and you need have the power to execute on the deals. these factors all combined to basically provide a level of outperformance in middle-market and smaller market funds. that is quite remarkable. i think we have a graph that will show us just how much he middle-market and smaller funds -- >> hopefully we do. jason mentioned john but choos
of the game. bob and tony will break it down. what a day in the wildcard round and a look ahead to the divisional round next weekend. new orleans will go to seattle if they win this game. and face the number one seeded seahawks. philadelphia goes to carolina if they win. whoever goes wherever, the winner goes to the other city. >> cris: this is going to come down to shayne graham playing for his ninth team. replaced garrett hartley. shayne graham has had big misses in the playoffs. i remember in cincinnati, one in particular. so he's been perfect so far for the new orleans saints. but it is going to ride on his back unless they can pick up a first down here to make it even closer. >> al: second and six. and this is going to be khiry robinson taking it very close to a first down. take a look. the officials checking over at the sideline and vinovich is going to bring the chains in. that stops the clock but only momentarily. they'll rewind it after they measure here. clearly right now in extremely makeable field goal range. here's robinson again. >> cris: up top here, the key block
the president's contraceptive mandate. a full update is next. >>> then, bob beckel will be here along with the great american panel to tell us what brand new block buster movie set the all-time record for the use of the f-word. that's a segment you don't want to miss. stick around. [ me announcer ] this is the story of the dusty basement at 06 35th street the old dining table at 25th and hoffman. ...and the little room above the strip mall f roble avenue. ♪ this magic momt it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those o believed they had the power to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world'great stories. that began much the same w ours did. in a little dorm room -- 2713. ♪ this magic moment ♪ ♪ this magic moment she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. and no
interview series. [laughter] so welcome to john and bob but i will briefly tell you a little about them. and john is a native of wisconsin and did so newspapering in the midwest and pittsburgh and came back to work kitimat is it with one of the most distinguished institutions in america in capital times whose editor was the legendary -- legendary cater of john mccann -- of mccarthy in the campus baited him by having the mccarthy lecture every year they printed the invitations on pink paper. [laughter] and come back to madison he also became an sas do in journalist for the progressive institution going strong almost 100 years now and the nation's oldest journal of opinion the nation for which i am a regular contributor and the washington correspondent and the best kind of washington correspondent there is, the kind who lives 1,000 miles from washington. [laughter] so he is not messed up in the tangle of egos and destruction and insanity that we all know about that we speak today on the day with the end of the government shut down or as senator cruz called it the government's slowdown. [l
is using administrative powers bypassing state and federal lawmakers. will the plan fly? bob massey is a fox news analyst. peter evans is a defense attorney and former prosecutor. welcome. >> thank you. >> bob, there's been a lot of talk because of colorado. in colorado, recreational marijuana is legal. you can buy it in larger quantities if you're a resident than if you're coming from out of state. what are some of the legal and constitutional issues involved? >> well, i mean, ultimately, i think as it relates to this colorado law, my concern would be are the abuses and the enforceability of it and the supervision of it? i think, jamie, as has been written up in so many articles, the criminal defense lawyers, those people that may abuse the law in some way to get arrested, those police officers that may go past sort of their rights and arrest people that constitutional law experts and criminal law experts are going to challenge the enforceability of the law and how it's being used and how it's being enforced. so i think it's a haven for lawyers because there's so many intricacies o
upset them and tonight boomer sooner in the sugar bow bowl. call bob big game bob. he said sec no big de-facing off with sabin throws for 3 48 yards. buying time then finds shephard in the end zone soone sooners up. bama answer. henry takes the swing pass. gain of 5, 10, no it's a gain of 61 alabama back in it. last chance for mccarran he is sack. fumble. he says thank you very much. line man dream. sooners upset the tie and aj mom girlfriend both stressed. they good down 45-31. alabama came in as 17 point under dog to oklahoma. abc 7 sports, brought to you by river rock casino. yes alabama was favored by 17. wow! >> that's upset. >> yes. >> nick sabin didn't he get the big new deal. >> yes big new contract and 2 losses back-to-back. it's a long off season. >> yes. thanks very much. >> still to kilometer. driving on ice roads in canada. it's common. >> but driving ice on the road not so much. one company cool not so much. one company cool creati >> here's a look at the wake up weather. chill in the air in the morning grab jacket or sweater. low 30's inland to the uppe
the white house's responses. >> learn why virginia tax payers might be left to foot governor bob mcdonnell's tax bills. >> and dozens of people rescued from a ship >> our winter weather coverage continues with a look at the conditions in the northeast, which was hit very hard by the storm. to boston now pretty you guys were getting pummeled earlier. how is it now? >> we are finally starting to see the tail end of this storm passed through here. something that we haven't seen in a long time, sun is peeking through the clouds, but it is not warming us up at all. out still.ld temperatures in the single digits. and a lot of snow on the ground. it started snowing late yesterday afternoon. it snowed through the night and this morning, and it blanketed boston, causing schools to close, lots of businesses do not open today. we're just now starting to see bostonians emerging from her homes and beginning to out from under the storm. the sound of trouble setting the pavement and snow blowers. it is all echoing throughout the streets of boston right now. >> just one quick question if we could. are the
. >> this is actually how 41-year-old bob sometimes sleeps, with this gadget on his head. so when he wakes up, he can see not only how long he slept but he knows when and how long he was in r.e.m. sleep, light sleep and deep sleep. >> i have a point around 6:00 a.m. where my dog tends to bark at somebody and then i fall back asleep. >> reporter: this is the start of his data filled morning routine. before he gets out of bed he uses an iphone app to take his pulse, weighs himself, takes his blood pressure and his blood glucose level. >> i have an elevated risk for type ii diabetes. >> reporter: and all throughout the day a monitor on his chest collect data about his heart rate, sweat levels and skin temperature so he can keep his stress levels in check. >> i can look at my phone and see at any moment how stressed am i? >> reporter: all the information is collected in a computer, smartphone or spread sheet. the point of all this track and monitoring? >> he says in addition to keeping diabetes at bay he just wants to stay healthy. >> when i turn 40 for me was you start looking ahead. so i think the idea
bob, probably one of the most famous wue think suitors ot there. this is basically highlight video from 2013, crazy stunts you're about to see. the video is 20 minutes long. he's getting really close to the side of this mountain here. looks like he can just reach down and pull out some grass or something. this is called the "sputnik" barn line. he goes in between those two buildings and down into the ravine. >> what do the farmer think about this? >> here is a different angle from his chest. i don't know how he's not hitting rocks. >> he looks like about his going to skim his head on those rocks. >> but the coolest part is coming up. watch what he's about to fly through. >> no way. >> another point in this video, he's flying through the clouds. i don't know how he can even see where he's going. >> can you imagine if this is the reel there your life? just a year in your life. what kind of life you have if this is your life. >> here's a pretty crazy jump. he has a big huge freefall and gets super low over this road cut through the mountain here. we have this from another angle. that
hope and pray you are not going to show the first show that i was on. >> senator bob dole will give you back more of your money. >> just show up and last night bob dole proved that. >> i was a nervous wreck. i didn't have enough experience hosting on television. those tapes are now hopefully under armed guard. >> they are in the lock box. >> hannity and combs was on the air for 12 years. the conservative and the liberal personify fair and balanced. >> i was expecting more from this report. >> are you kidding? >> than stuff about monica lewinsky. >> did we read the same report? >> i think we did. >> perjury, obstruction, tampering, abuse of power. >> whitewater. >> in spite of political disagreements we have had a of wonderful 12 years together. you are a personal friend. >> going to kill you with conservatives. >> hang on. i will miss you. >> you have a great instinct. you know what the audience wants. >> before you put people in harm's way you want to listen to a lot of voices. at least i wanted to. >> why are you crossing over? >> i don't have papers. >> you don't? do you want to work
mistrust of government and was a passionate defender of the freedom. and wichita he was a good citizen, bob said. and i think of something we need to take away. in wichita, the name garvey is brandished on buildings, athletic facilities and a host of educational facilities and programs. willard garvey to the service above self model too hard and whether you agreed or disagreed with him, i think there's a lesson in there all for us. take you for your opportunities become and thank you for the interest in this book. [applause] >> don't waive those fingers. does anybody have any questions backs don't waive those fingers at me. [laughter] no questions? spent i think he did an excellent job. >> thank you. [applause] >> there's a question here, maura. >> my question was, what was the best story you didn't print? [inaudible] spent i don't know. the best story i didn't print. i think i got the good ones in there. i think i got it done. sorry. that's a good question though. anyone else? [inaudible] >> know. i lost enough of my life and have to start dying my hair. know, but it was really fun to be a
insurance, not all of them have it now going into 2014. >> bob, does that 2 million people include medicaid additions or not? >> that includes it all. one of the things that house republicans are doing, a lot of this information we don't know. young enrollees, we have no idea. republicans next week, a bill will be on the floor that will say you've got to release this information. we need to know these details. >> if they're medicaid, they're not going to be paying. >> medicaid is a big part of the expansion of the law. the administration knew there was a stigma when you kind up for medicaid. of course, these people wanted these plans. they signed up voluntarily for them, and these plans in all likelihood are less expensive. >> and they don't cost the taxpayer. we're not giving the paying people that we need. >> that's my point, who is this 2 million people in terms of paying? i guess we'll find out if that law passes. all right, panel, just when you thought the glitches could not get worse, a new problem with healthcare.gov. it turns out it cannot handle updates like marriages and births. s
of scrambled politics. so joining me now for our first look at politics is cindy dated columnist bob franken. good to see you. >> good morning. of course he lets us see when he gets a great golf shot off. >> minus how many before that weren't so good, right? >> highly edited tape. >> we have to talk about this, the rollout glitches. obamacare is in effect now. are you expecting to see more coverage confusion as people show up for doctor appointments? >> i think it's inevitable. i think that also the first they didn't produce much of a crush because most doctors weren't making prescriptions, that kind of thing. but i think in the next week or so, we'll see all kinds of glitches. we sort of go into phase two of the controversy now. it depends on just how well it works from here on out. >> we'll be watching for that. here is something a lot of people will be talking about today. the "new york times" editorial board is pushing for clemency for edward snowden. how significant is this? >> i think it's hugely significant. the "times" is not exactly somebody that is normally out will. but it's an in
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